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PAGE BIX THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, . TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1919 CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES enable you to SEE clearly, THINK clearly. CONCENTRATE upon the work in hand. Northrup Optical Co. 9 E. Adams St. n0H iLJ Phone 690 for Tvjrf'il appointment v-' DR. ). G. BELT NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building Office Phone 603 It East Washington St. t ' s Above Goldbergs' Clothing (5,'$ Phoenix Seed and Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. E. S. VAKELIN GROCEfi Wliuijji.aALE Constable Ice and Fuel Co Phone 1555 PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE WANTED SECOND HAND SACKS PHOENIX VOOD & COAL CO. 223 South Third St. Mack Gardner Buys DIAMONDS AND LIBERTY BONDS FOR CASH 45 N. Central Ave. Guaranteed TITLES Phoenix Title & Trust Co. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hardware House in the State Phoenix Flour Mills Flour, Feed, Seed PHOENIX, ARIZ. Van Buren & Ninth Sts. Typewriters All makes sold, rented and repaired State Agents Corona & L. C. Smith THE McNEIL CO. Phone 4910 128 W. Wash. St. LIBERTY BONDS We Buy All Issues for Cash Occidental Life Insurance Company O'Neill Building Get a TRUSS Don't Take Chances lim & HULETT Quality Druggists TO GET up to $150 on your furni ture, piano, automobile, live stock, implements, etc. Don't be without money. Just phore us for informa tion. The rest is e isy. Ample funds. Courteous treatms t. Strictly con fidential. MUTUAL LOAN CO. 1500 Srand Ave. Phono 1396 Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. tli Phone 3089 Loans my j Mrs. William Wherry gathered at the It make no difference what your j home of the latter lust night and en wants may be you can have them, sup-., joyed an entertainment and refresh plied by using and reading The Repub- I mem. . A nice supper was served, lican Classified Pages ' af tur Vvhich the guests were regalet' SROSE TREE'' La 15 VADAMS'PHONE 1317 Li WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW? The Republican Information Bu reau at Washington furnishes readers, free of charge, witfi accurate and authoritative ans wers to questions on any and all subjects concerning which infor mation can be had from ths un paralleled resource of - the various federal government de partments, the greaf Library of Congress and the many experts and scientists in the government service. Three cents in postage for reply must accompany each inquiry. State clearly the infor mation wanted and address. The Arizona Republican Infor mation Bureau, Frederic J. Haskin, Director Washington, D. C. WATER REPORT FOR MAY 5 Elevation of water in reservoir at 6 p. m 174 19 Contents, acre feet 6-14,365 Gain in acre feet 227 Elevation of water in reservoir one year ago 892,835 Contents, year ago, acre feet . Normal flow 25 280 Water used, north side 34064 Water used, south side 35,615 WEATHER FORECAST Arizona: Tuesday generally fair and somewhat cooler; Wednesday fair. New Mexico: Generally cloudy with showers north and east portions Tues day afternoon or night; Wednesday general'y fair. .Southern California: Pair. West Texas: Tuesday cloudy, prob ably scattered showers. WEATHER REPORT 3 : ' 86 Cloudy .20' 54 Clear .52 44 Cloudy .00 64 Pt. Cldy .00 64 Clear .00 76 Clear ,.00 76 Cloudy .22 62 Cloudy .00 62 Cloudy 00 54 Cloudy .00 72 Pt.Cldy .00 92 Clear .00 82 Cloudy .00 86 Cloudy .00 91 Pt. Cldv .00 65 Pt.Cldy .01 70 Clear .00 6S Cloudy 1.36 60 Clear .00 64 Clear .00 62 Clear .00 60 Pt.Cldy .02 SG Clear .00 90 Rain .36 56 Clear .00 92 Clear .00 Boston 66 Buffalo 52 Chicago 44 Denver 62 Flagstaff 60 Fresno 76 Galveston 72 Kansas City 62 Los Angeles 69 Minneapolis 54 Modena 66 Needles 92 New Orleans 74 New York 66 PHOENIX 87 Pittsburg 54 Portland, Ore. ...70 St. Louis 64 Salt Lake City ..56 San Diego 60 San Francisco ..58 Spokane 60 ! Tucson SO I Washington 70 i Winnipeg 54 i Yuma i. .90 Local Weather Yesterday 7 a. m. 7 p. m. Temperature, dry bulb ..62 S7 Temperature, wet bulb ...50 59 Humidity, per cent 39 15 Wind direction K NW Wind velocity, miles 7 10 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clr. P. Cly. Highest temperature 91 1 Lowest temperature 61 ! Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday 4 degrees. Excess in temperature since the first of the month 39 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 47 degrees. ! Normal precipitation January 1 to ! date 2.78 inches. ! Actual precipitation January 1 to . date 2.11 inohes. . Deficiency since January 1. 0.67 inch. I ROBERT Q. GRANT. - -P OBITUARIES - Funeral of Virgil A. Buechanan Funeral services for Virgil A. Buch anan who died at his home, 439 East Washington street, yesterday, will be held at the chapel of Moore and McLcl lan Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be at Greenwood cemetery. The deceased had been a resident of this city for a year and a half, coming here from Montana for his health. o BORN n- n WARD To Mrs. R. A. Ward, of 1202 ! WIHetta street, a six and thre-quar-ters pound son. o TOWN TOPICS 1 i WILL VISIT SAN DIEGO Edward j Mahler left yesterday for San Diego where 4ie expects to remain all sum ! mer. FLOODED A HIGHWAY Jim TVil- I lis, charged with flooding a public ; highway was arraigned before Justice De Souza yesterday and his prelimin : ary bearing set for 2 o'clock Friday i afternoon. j RETURNS HOME C. II. Brunn, who lias been spending the winter ! months in this city, leaves this even ing for his home in Long Beach, Califs : He will irturn in the fall to make his home in this city. : FILES FOR LETTERS Xickalos ' Cavanaugh yesterday petitioned the ! court for letters of administration of the estate ot his wile, Palme. Cava naugh, who died in 1917, leaving an estate of $2300. The matter will come up for hearing before Judge Lyman i Mav 19. I TO AID LOAN IN WICKENBURG i C. J. McElroy will leave today for Wickenburg where he will aid the I residents there in the Victory loan ' campaign. Mr. McElroy has been very I active in this work and will no doubt be of much value to the residents of that city. MEET FOR CELEBRATION The committee in charge of the entertain ment of the ex-service men and the celebration which is to be held at East Lake park next Saturday, May 10, will meet In the chamber of commerce rooms this afternoon. The officers in l charge request all members to be present. DEAF FOLK ENJOY PARTY A I number of the deaf friends of Mr. and with stories and were given a chance j to become better acquainted. i FARM LOAN COMMITTEE TO ! MEET The committee which will, have charge of the investigation in the i Salt River Valley, in regard to the Eed- j eral Land Bank loans on land here, will , meet Wednesday afternoon at - o'clock ; in the chamber of commerce rooms. ; AH members of this committee are ur gently requested to be present. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD! MEET The opening meeting of the Fraternal Brotherhood, Saturday even ing, was well attended and greatly enjoyed by both members and guests. The evening was spent chiefly in dancing, although the refreshments served by the committee in charge was considered by many to be the feature of the occasion. THESE WED Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to Frank T. Hogeland, 39, Nogales and Clare Sand ers, 27, Phoenix; Anselma Almado, 40, Phoenix and Guadalupe Campello, 30, Phoenix; Francisco Pjvira, 35, Chan dler and Maria C. Batriz, 20, Chandler; Harry Ij. Shaw, 22, Phoenix and Gladys May Bell, 23, Phoenix; Thomas Notion, 22, Chandler and Beatrice Williams, 18! Jlesa. OFF ON 10,000-MILE TRIP H. H. Hunter and wife left Monday morning on an overland trip which will take j them over 10,000 miles. Driving by easy stages the Hunter's will make El Paso, St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, Detroit, into Toronto, Canada; Niagara Falls, New York City and Washington. They expect to return in octoDer. Mr. Hunter is the owner of Hunter's drug store. First street and Adams. SEEKS DIVORCE Charging fail ure to provide and desertion, Gladys Nell Gregory yesterday instituted di vorce proceedings against Martin J. Gregory whom she married in Tomb stone, in April, 1911. The couple have two children, Ethelyn, aged 6 and Ed win James, 4 years of age, for whose custody the plaintiff asks. Mrs. Gregory alleges that her husband who is an electrician, is well able to support his familv. HOLDING REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services are being held at Im- manuel Baptist church, corner of Adams and Fourteenth streets. Robert McMurds, evangelist of Vancouver, B. C, preaches Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights at 8 o'clock. He will also preach on Sunday evening. Mr. Mc Murds has been engaged in evangelistic work for 16 years and is regarded as a very forceful speaker, with his own particular way of presenting the gos pel message. ROY BELOAT HELD III El An inquiry is being made into the circumstances under which the name of Roy Eeloat of the Buckeye country was brought into the cattle stealing case in that part of the county, result ins in the holdimr of a. half Hnwn young men for the crime. xsotmng more surprising .could have come to the people of that region than the statement that Mr. Eeloat was im plicated in the affair. He had abso lutely nothing to do with it. He is one of the most highly esteemed young men of that community, comes of a family respected throughout the county and is himself a stockman interested in the discouraging of such crimes. o S S Three hundred ex-service men have been placed in positions by the employ ment department of the War Veterans Association it was announced by the secretary of that organization yes terday. The boys are returning very rapidly now and the association officers state that they are prepared to care for a number of them, but they wish all firms who need men, or will need any help in the near future, to notify them of the fact and the particulars concern ing the positions so that they will be able to notify them when they make application. At present there are a number of po sitions open to experienced miners to supply the mines in the north part C the state. Several ex-service men hav accepted these positions and have made good and are satisfied accorcing to re ports received from the mine operators The telephone number of the em ployment department of the War Vet erans association is 4938. Any business institution needing help should call this number and state their needs. Perhaps THIS irltb vour case She was a hard-working little housewife. Day after day she busied her self with the thousand and one things which keeping up a home demands; and night after night found her tired, vwi-axaricd to the point of utter anguish and despair. What was to be done? Servants? They were impossible. Then, in that despairing moment when it seemed she could do no more, came assistance, lessening her burdensome duties by half. FALSE REPORT THAT mm WIR VETS GOT JOB SL Rain Water Crystals Tou can get it at your grocers' NEW 100 PERCENTERS Donofrio's Confectionery. Sugar Bowl . Portola Cafe. Stoddard Investment Co. Lesher & Kibbey. Phoenix Candy Kitchen. A. Chester, garage. John Morris, garage. The Melczer company. Duncan & Jack. E. E. Nash. Gold man Implement company. Patton Bros.' grocery. Henderson Bros.' grocery. Washington Street pool Hall. Sanitary market. Heinz & Evans. Mack's pool hall. Club billiard hall. Shaw's Smoke house. E. J. Doyle. Owl Cigar stand. Bayless market. Wilky-Wartman Oil company. King Bros. Osborn school teachers. William Rcmsbottom Plumbing company. Arizona Fire Insurance company, Harry Towers & Hal Prince. Bert M. Nabors. Greene & Griffin. Buntman & Kellogg. Union Oil company. George Kane, barber. Commercial Hotel barber shop. Scott's barber shop. Capital barber shop. Vic Hanny company. Arizona Seed & Floral company. IS YOUR FIRM LISTED HEREI IF NOT, WHY NOT? From Tonto Basin has come news of the death, near Roosevelt, of Charles Henry Tebbs, a resident of that section since 1)S82, mainly engaged in mining. He was 64 years old, a native of Cali fornia, of old Kentucky stock. His fath er, Quintus Cincinnatus Tebbs, was one of the early settlers of the upper Salt river valley, owning a large tract of land now covered by the waters of the Roosevelt reservoir. Charlie Tebbs had many friends throughout central Arizona. His death followed an attack of influenza. Burial will bein Globe. Surviving relatives include a sister. Mrs. Vinson Anderson of this city, and three nephews, Quin tus .1. Anderson of 1'hoenix, Henry Quintus Robinson, superintendent of the Benson schools, and Peter Thomas Robinson, a Yuma attorney. ' BOY IS INJURED 111 B The 10-year-old son of E. P.. Hard castle, of 1116 West Madison street was i struck by a motor car, driven by E. E. Feekings yesterday afternoon, on the corner of Fourth avenue and Adams street, and badly bruised. No broken bones had been discovered up until a late hour last night, when the boy was resting fairly well. At no time was he unconscious after the accident. The boy was riding a bicycle when the accident occurred. He was taken to the Arizona Deaconess hospital by Mr. Feekings. s PENMANSHIP GLASS Yesterday morning the first class ' of the Lamson business college to fin ish the course in plain business writ ing for the year 1919, Tr;is presented with the penmanship diplomas. The class is made up of members from nearly all parts of Arizona. The members are- A. Jane Drees, Kingman; Mona Marshall, Scottsdale; Katherine Kennedy, Flagstaff; Mable Turpi?, Phoenix; Ruperta Krimhall, Mesa; Valentina Cubillas, Los An geles; Allien Sheldon, .Douglas; Stella Martin, Copper Hill. It makes no difference what your wants may be you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages. v M Jw?a ".rf.f- Like her, thousands of clever housewives, by the expenditure of a few cents are malting all 'roundusedailyofRAiNWATER Crystals Joes mot injure the hanJs. Rain Water Crystals lessens a multitude ofhousehold tasks by softening hard water. ILird safer never cleanses. HIFfi AT Rfl(l!WIT JIFFl UIUU 111 IIUUUL.I lL 1 1 1 I 1 Hip, Hip, Hurray, Boys! We're glad to see you back IIe! y4 Jiii q WEAR McDOUGALL& CASSOU NELL PROVES Alfred W. McCann, the food expert, writing in the New York Globe, says that the greatest virtue of Jiffy-Jell is as a barrier to gluttony. The average person greatly overeats. One follows a big dinner with a hearty desert, too tempting to refuse. And that is often the final straw. Jiffy-Jell supplies a dessert which ih healthful and enticing, yet it does not tax the stomach. The body of the dessert is formed by a little selatine, sweetened and acidulated, dissolved in a pint of water. The flavor is a fruit juice essence made from the fruit itself. The makers of JifCy-Jell have found a way to supply true fruit flavors. They make them by condensing fruit juice. Then they seal them in glass vials a bottle in each package so they keep. Jiffy-Jell is bringing to millions, a true-fruit dinner-ender. It supplies the delights and healthfulness of fruit. And like fruit, it does not tax an over loaded stomach. DIAfi SCHOOL LOAN MEET HUGE SUCCESS Sunday's meeting at the Indian School was a success from every standpoint. A good crowd turned out to hear Congressman Carl Hayden speak. The congressman was intro duced by Mr. John Brown. Too much commendation cannot be given to the famous Indian School band, which under the capable hand ling of the director, T. Dunstan Col lins, rendered a program of concert and patriotic selections that kept the crowd quiet while listening. Mr. Collins has whipped the organ ization into a band which is second to none in the state. Under his direction and training, the Indian boys learn mu sic and harmony wilh difficult selec tions with real musical ability. 5 j-: Rail tessicr - if 1 r-'Suiv9l V.ET!: .ris-.v- f"---'i,-t' M mim tail rKiSys5f J!4'.HfeJ "5!s2 Dealers. B IF HI IS IK , USE SAGE TEA Here's Grandmother's Recipe to Darken and Beautify Faded Hair That beautiful, even shade of dark, glossy hair can only be had by brewing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Tour hair is your charm. It makes or mars the face. When it fades, turns gray or streaked, just an application or two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundredfold. Don't bother to prepare the mix ture: you can get this famous old recipe improved by the addition of other ingredients at a small cost, all ready for use. It is called Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound. This can always be de pended upon to bring back the nat ural color and lustre of your hair. Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and Sulphur Compound now be cause it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the tny hair has disap peared, and aitrr another applica tion it becomes beautifully dark and appears glossy and lustrous. O'Brien & McGrath Have Mules and Harness for sale and rent. GRAND AVE, Opp. Fair Grounds Phone 4204 ROE'S TAXI CITY CALLS 50c Country Trips 10c Mile Stand 35 West Washington St. DODGE CAR Phone 1236 NEWSPAPER FILES Claiming that the article was pub lished only after investigation as to the truth of the matter was investigated, the Gazette Publishing company yes terday filed its answer in the $50,000 action for libel brought by Thomas A. French, former secretary of the state prison and member of the state feder ation of labor. French instituted proceedings short ly after February 19, in which issue of the Gazette appeared an article under the caption of "Great Change For Good Is Apparent at penitentiary." The article which caused offense gave space to a paragraph under the sub head of -Chained For Patriotism," which stated that from January 1 to August 10 of last year the flag was not displayed at the state pr:son more than six times: that during that period one of the prisoners remarked about the kaiser's picture hanging in the secre tary's office, saying "the proper place ! for such a picture is in the condemned ' cell," and that for the remark the pris ! oner was confined to the tubercular ward under lock and chain. "Under the old administration," the article went on to say tnere were no Red Cross drives. Liberty Loan cam paigns nor Thrift drives. The news paper printed other changes made at the state institution having to do with prison conditions. As secretary of the prison, French, in his complaint filed by J. C. Niies, claims he as a member o" the "old ad ministration" was exposed to hatred and ridicule by charges imputing dis loyalty to the United States. He claims the article is malicious, which is denied in the answer filed by Bullard and Jacobs yesterday. It is held that the defendant went to a great deal of trouble to verify the statements n the article the truth of which is 'laimed. The defendant contends it was justified in its duty as a newspa- GRAY Mixed - FkiOT lor -Dpr Cmafa Says the Good Painter to the Good Architect: "TXmEN you specified McMurtry Mixed Paint for this house you indicated to me that you didn't overlook a single detail to make this a perfect home. Paint is mighty important." "I know McMurtry Paint and I know the folks who make it For this dry climate there's not another paint that can touch it. It's made in a dry climate for Dry Climate Use." "I know something of the care that McMurtry takes in selecting materials for good paint. I'm not surprised that it holds its color and lasts longer. There's no camouflage about what's in McMurtry Mixed Paint carbonate of lead, oxide of zinc, pure linseed oil, turpentine japan and never fading pigments, I've used ail shades, 32 of them as well as black and white. If there's ever a single kick coming it's more than 25 years getting here. But, it's a safe bet there'll never be any!" . TMuRTRYMFaCa Paint and Varnish Makers Dover. Colorado. ! Iia GEE! But Aint It Hot TOO HOT TO COME TO TOWN Phone 1387 And Have Your Groceries Delivered Bacon, Bacon ?ar-cured Bacon, Q1 lares, per lb OA! Ham, Ham Picnic Hams, OC per lb iOC These Hams are fine weight from 6 to 7 lbs. 4'.4-lb. Crocks , J- fi( Jam tPX.UU Following Flavors Strawberry, Blackberry and Peach. Just re ceived another big shipment. Grape Juice, yfCIV per qt. rxO U Hot weather is here Grape Juice will quench your thirst. Six Bars White ...25c $1.00 $1.45 Laundry Soap 10 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar $1.75 Wesson Oil for only $1.00 size Wesson Oil ...80c 39c $1.14 for only 1 lb. Hills Blue can Coffee , 1-lb. Hills Blue can Coffee $1.50 size Log Cabin J" QA Syrup 5JLOU 3- lb. box Macaroni 6-pound box Macaroni , 4 - pound sack pancake flour Vi -pound can Tuna 45c 85c 43c 10c We handle mail orders very prompt ly. We make the price and deliver i to your door. I M arfin Dmitri i Grocery Co. Phone 1387 334 E. Washington si. HIDES FINNIGAN-BROWN CO. Exclusive Dealers in HIDES, WOOL, PELTS, ETC. 15th Ave. and Santa Fe Tracks per to publish the article for informa tion of its readers, since it had to do with the management of one of the public institutions of the state. It de nies that by the publication the rlain tiff sustained injury to his reputation as a loyal and patriotic citizen. o IN MEMOR1AM Somewhere in France, where duty ltd. He fills a patriot grave; The lark sings high above his head. Only the lark knows the hallowed bt,i. Where lies our soldier brave. Sacred the ground where a snldirr sleeps, Who came at his country's call; Onward the tide of battle sweeps. Only the lark o'er his bossom weeps. Yet he gave to the world his all. Sold by Leading Dealers.